February 14, 2016 - 1:30 PM
KAMLOOPS - The 2016 Kamloops Blazers Hockey School will run from August 8 - 12, 2016 at the Sandman Centre in Kamloops, BC. The school is open to boys and girls in four groups including Initiation (born 2010-2011), Novice (born 2008-2009), Atom (born 2006-2007), and Pee Wee (born (2004-2005).
The camp includes two separate ice-times daily including power skating and skills training, classroom session, off-ice activities and a lunch program.
All on-ice sessions will be run by current Kamloops Blazers coaches Don Hay, Mike Needham, Terry Bangen, Chris Murray and Dan De Palma. The power-skating sessions will be run by Power Skating instructor Nina Hrycewich.
Each group will be led by a current Kamloops Blazers player, with a minimum of two group leaders per group.
“I never thought I’d play for the Blazers at the time, I just enjoyed going to the camp and having fun with the other kids on and off the ice. I learned so much from the instructors and it helped me get to where I am now. It’s really cool now that I’m an instructor, when just a few years ago I looked up to them. I just want to give kids the same great experience I had when I went.”
- Nick Chyzowski, current Blazers forward and former Blazers Hockey School Participant.
As a special offer to our season ticket holders, Kamloops Blazers Hockey School will be offered at a cost of $400 when the child registered, or their parents, hold a season ticket for the 2016-17 season.
We recommend you register early as spots are limited and fill up quickly.
To register or find out more information on the Kamloops Blazers Hockey School, click here.
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